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believe that will remain and technology needs to develop to meet that base demand. >> one of the big success of smartphones is cost of data. is that going to come down? >> i think this will, of course, bring things down. we need to be more efficient in our equipment. but also the scale will push down the price of the hand sets. we made the rough calculation that will reduce the dollars on a smartphone, 100 million people on this earth can afford it. and this is a scale of markets where basically the same technology is very important. >> one of the problems i think i have is not speed. i know we talk about 3g to 4g. it's actually capacity. it doesn't matter how fast you go, if it gets full, it doesn't work, right? how is capacity going to change? >> a couple of things. first of all, you need to invest in capacity and operators in general are doing that. secondly, we that spend $5 billion u.s. a year, we need to have even more sophisticated technology that can handle more and more data loans, more and more frequencies. that's where we're doing all the time to actually capture that and
of reasons the money should go to the united states. >> if you look at technology, you've got outperformance by a lot of start-up companies, you've got enormous regulation, and you're seeing almost a rerating towards more manufacturing in the states. when you talk about a stock market that's going to go higher, will it be across the board? >> the sectors are obviously going to differ from one another according to their prospects. we're optimistic about autos and parts, for example, we're optimistic about the banks, which has largely straightened out their problems and i think we're easily optimistic about tech because the tech earnings are remarkably stable. and, you know, the -- it's a volatile sector, so if the thing is going up, it will go up. i'm not suggesting for a moment that on valuation terms this market should be way higher. i don't think it's grossly overpriced at the moment, but i don't think it should be way higher. i'm simply saying that the weight of money will often take things up beyond what they're worth. >> many out there are still calling a higher ek market for european s
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high. meanwhile, south korea's kospi added 1% with technology shares lending support on higher d-ram chip prices. australia's insurers plunged after having a plunge. the financials also sold off. amp down by 2.3% and westpac lower by 1.33%. >> sixuan, catch you later. coming up on today's show, the future of fuel. they'll look at their policy on growing crops for biofuel. american airlines and u.s. airways have moved closer to their megamerger. >>> tech giants unite. they're calling for major changes in u.s. government surveillance. do they have their own questions to answer when it comes to data. >>> plus, it's another race against the clock for u.s. congress. they're trying to agree on a budget deal before christmas. take a look at what's at stake amidst a talk of a truce. >>> the european commission has told ukraine's president that a political solution is needed after hundreds of thousands of demonstrators protested against his government for the second weekend in a row. it's a subject of discussion. julia is in brussels. jules, it was a great dismay when the ukraine pulled b
about the barges, only that they'll be used to learn about interactive technology. >>> apple buys social media topsy for $4.2 million. apple's acquisition tends to focus on hardware, but its new itunes radio streaming music service could benefit from p topsy's twitter data. today apple up 0.5% in frankfurt. >>> tech has been the big winner on cyber monday. jon fortt has been revealing which devices drove the most sales. >> holiday season off to a strong start in the u.s., at least online. thanksgiving sales topped $1 billion for the first time. black friday sales nearly $2 billion coming in at 1 1.9 according to adobe data and the projections for cyber monday on track for 2.7 billion in sales. but the big story here behind the online stories is mobile. adobe projecting that nearly one in every four dollars spend will be spent through a mobile device, either smartphones or tablets, and apple is way in the lead which is interesting given that android devices have overtaken apple in terms of unit share. certainly not in terms of usage, not in terms of spending apple devices overall making u
had any wearable technology that could monitor anything and warn you of something you shouldn't be doing, what would it be? and please keep it within reason, if you can. that's our subject of discussion today. mean wile, the latest news out of gm, china auto sales up 13.3% on the year in november, i'm proot presuming. meanwhile, gold has steaded after sinking to its lowest level this week. u.s. manufacturing numbers added to concerns the fed could start tapering sooner. buyers of the pressure metal outnumber sellers two to one. customers have now bought back 60% of the gold sold during the april to june liquidation. adrian, the market seems to be selling a lot. >> i think a big lesson for 2013 is that while chinese demand has been phenomenal by any measure this year, it obviously hasn't outweighed the impact on prices for what's happened with western money allocation. what we're seeing is predominantly west european, north america, is that people continue to buy the dips. whether this proves a buy way in the longer term draft -- >> that chart looks like a double top. >> on the
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